ABOUT HYPERQUBE

Where Traditional Virtual Machine Software Fails, HyperQube Begins

After working within the expensive, time-consuming confines of VMware for enterprise, Craig Stevenson, HyperQube’s founder and CEO, challenged himself to change the system completely. With over a decade of cybersecurity research, development and curriculum building experience with DC corporations, Craig was all-too-familiar with the headache of making simple changes to the virtual environment. Project after project, progress was stalled due to the building, deploying, and networking associated with virtual machines.

What Makes Us Different

REDUCE labor associated with managing VMWare by 90%

ELIMINATE the need for expensive hardware

BUILD test environments in minutes not weeks

BRIDGE any environment to the physical infrastructure to integrate devices which can’t be virtualized

What if you could instantly replicate a network or infrastructure and use that carbon copy to test the impact of a cyber-attack?

That’s What HyperQube Provides

A look inside and ahead, without the risk of harming an existing environment. With HyperQube there is no extra man power or time needed to test changes or updates. Put simply, HyperQube’s technology enables customers to quickly and easily build an exact copy of any infrastructure or network – a simple solution to a convoluted process. Armed with a proof of concept, Stevenson applied and was accepted to the Mach37 cybersecurity accelerator where he grew HyperQube into a functional, scalable service offering. Today, HyperQube works with customers all over the world and is rapidly expanding to meet the demand of government agencies and enterprises in need of better infrastructure security, scaling, and updating.

Satisfied customers and partners include Cisco, the National Guard, as well as top academic institutions within the InterNational Cyber Security Center of Excellence (INCS-CoE) network such as Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Oxford University, Tel Aviv University and Keio University. HyperQube is raising the bar when it comes to infrastructure efficiency and security. To learn how your enterprise can benefit, contact us.

A look inside and ahead, without the risk of harming an existing environment. With HyperQube there is no extra man power or time needed to test changes or updates. Put simply, HyperQube’s technology enables customers to quickly and easily build an exact copy of any infrastructure or network – a simple solution to a convoluted process. Armed with a proof of concept, Stevenson applied and was accepted to the Mach37 cybersecurity accelerator where he grew HyperQube into a functional, scalable service offering. Today, HyperQube works with customers all over the world and is rapidly expanding to meet the demand of government agencies and enterprises in need of better infrastructure security, scaling, and updating.

Satisfied customers and partners include Cisco, the National Guard, as well as top academic institutions within the InterNational Cyber Security Center of Excellence (INCS-CoE) network such as Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Oxford University, Tel Aviv University and Keio University. HyperQube is raising the bar when it comes to infrastructure efficiency and security. To learn how your enterprise can benefit, contact us.

Meet Craig Stevenson

Craig Stevenson is the founder and CEO of HyperQube and has been focused solely on building the company since joining the Mach37 cybersecurity accelerator in Fall 2017.
Prior to founding HyperQube, Stevenson was the Director of Cyber Training for Raytheon where he designed custom curriculum to train US allied nations to execute their cyber missions. He also spent time as the lead instructor of Cyber Exploitation Unit at the company. In this role, he worked with The Intelligence & Security Academy to help design and teach the Cyberforce Superiority curriculum, which aims to help managers and leaders gain the familiarity they need to deal with cyber-related issues that will affect their enterprise, whether in the public or private sector, and to begin to assess their relative risk in cyber.

Further, Stevenson is an adjunct professor at the Johns Hopkins Krieger School of Arts & Sciences where he teaches Introduction to Cyber Operations as part of the Graduate Program. Stevenson received his B.A. in Computer Science from Saint Mary’s College of Maryland. He also has Masters Degrees in Mathematics from both Kent State University and Virginia Commonwealth University, where he has also spent time as an adjunct faculty member in both university’s Mathematics Departments.

A look inside and ahead, without the risk of harming an existing environment. With HyperQube there is no extra man power or time needed to test changes or updates. Put simply, HyperQube’s technology enables customers to quickly and easily build an exact copy of any infrastructure or network – a simple solution to a convoluted process. Armed with a proof of concept, Stevenson applied and was accepted to the Mach37 cybersecurity accelerator where he grew HyperQube into a functional, scalable service offering. Today, HyperQube works with customers all over the world and is rapidly expanding to meet the demand of government agencies and enterprises in need of better infrastructure security, scaling, and updating.

Further, Stevenson is an adjunct professor at the Johns Hopkins Krieger School of Arts & Sciences where he teaches Introduction to Cyber Operations as part of the Graduate Program. Stevenson received his B.A. in Computer Science from Saint Mary’s College of Maryland. He also has Masters Degrees in Mathematics from both Kent State University and Virginia Commonwealth University, where he has also spent time as an adjunct faculty member in both university’s Mathematics Departments.